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Eggs have been a natural part of the human diet for millennia. While mostly valued as a prime source of protein due to its high quality protein content, the egg has a complex nutritive profile that includes many of the minerals and vitamins that we also need for good health.

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The Humpty Dumpty Omelette

The omelette is a classic dish that can be served for breakfast, lunch or supper.  As so many foods go so well with eggs, there are endless variations on fillings.

What you will need?

4 happy Humpty Dumpty eggs
125ml milk (or cream)
Salt and pepper to taste
A filling of your choice

Let’s cook!
Break the eggs into a mixing bowl, add the milk or cream and seasoning, and whisk together.
There are two key methods to cook an omelette.

To Fry: Pour the egg mixture into a hot buttered frying pan.  Once the base has begun to cook sprinkle over the filling.  Fold 1/3 of the omelette into the middle and then the remaining 1/3 into the middle. Flip the omelette over to finish cooking before sliding the omelette whole onto a plate.

To Bake: Add the filling ingredients to the egg mixture.  Pour into a deep, hot, oiled pan, keeping the pan on heat until the base and sides have just begun to colour and pull away from the sides. Place the pan in a medium oven at 180ºC for 5-10 minutes until the middle is cooked and browned before turning out and serving in slices.

Tip:  Some ideas for omelette fillings are-
the ‘classics’ – cheddar cheese and ham; bacon and mushrooms; spinach and feta cheese
the ‘gourmet’ –  red peppers and baby marrows; caramelised onion and roasted cherry tomatoes;
oyster mushrooms and mung bean sprouts that have been lightly stir-fried with soy sauce

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